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Secure Boot CDs for VPN HOWTO

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Jeffery Douglas Waddell, from the Linux Documentation Project provides us with a comprehensive look at securing your booting stage with VPN capabilities. As he states in the beginning: For several years now, users at the Institution where I currently work part-time have expressed a need for a robust and secure connection to the internal network. The internal network actually has some clients that are on private networks and some clients that are Internet-routeable. Read on for the connecting quickly and securely.

Apache 2 with SSL/TLS

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This article begins a series of three articles dedicated to configuring Apache 2.0 with SSL/TLS support in order to ensure maximum security and optimal performance of the SSL communication. This article, part one, introduces key aspects of SSL/TLS an

Apache Security

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Here's a pretty well-written introduction to utilizing the access control mechanisms built into Apache. This includes the Apache security modules, controlling access by IP and username, using htaccess/htpasswd, among others.

Securing-Domain HOWTO

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Outlines the things you will probably have to do when you want to setup a network of computers under your own domain. Covers configuration of network parameters, network services, and security settings.

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